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Dec 21, 4 weeks ago

What we learned: A very bad night, indeed

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‘Twas the last home game before Christmas And all through the packed Garden House, Bruins’ faithful stirring for an easy-win douse. Prepped daily by Claude for a plus-.500 home mark, Maybe St. Nicholas delivers Tuesday at the 10:00 pm mark. NESN …

Dec 21, 4 weeks ago

Cellar dwellers having their way with Bruins at TD Garden

Cellar dwellers having their way with Bruins at TD Garden

TD Garden is supposed to be a house of horrors for opposing teams, but over the course of the past two seasons, it’s been more of a fun house for visiting clubs. The Bruins entered Tuesday’s contest with the New York Islanders with just eight win…

Dec 18, 1 month ago

What we learned: One goal and one-goal affair favors Bruins

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Claude Julien’s sentiments before Thursday night’s game vs. Anaheim about the persistent plethora of one-goal outcomes: “The win is what matters. If it means they’re one goal games all the time as far as 2-1, 3-2, 4-3, if we’re going to be …

Dec 18, 1 month ago

All about consistency with Colin Miller

All about consistency with Colin Miller

As the Bruins look for stability on their blue-line, Colin Miller is hoping to remain a stable presence on the back end. Over the last two games, he is giving head coach Claude Julien a reason to keep him in the defensive rotation. “Well, today…

Dec 16, 1 month ago

Addressing the Bruins backup goaltending situation

Addressing the Bruins backup goaltending situation

“Tough call, eh?” Those were the three words stated by Claude Julien when I asked him about whether or not Anton Khudobin will be the starter in Thursday’s game against his former team, the Anaheim Ducks. In theory, the decision see…

Dec 16, 1 month ago

What we learned: Wild swings and two-goal lead go for naught

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Go figure. In the last four contests, the Black and Gold lose two games last week to the lowest rung of the NHL ladder in Colorado and Toronto – both at home. This week, they beat the best team in the league and historic archrival Montreal, and the…